Expo 2015 was held on Thursday, March 19, 2015
Overall Winners for the Open categories in the 2015 NH Science & Engineering Exposition
1st Place: Deepika Kurup, from Nashua High School South (See: News from 2015 ISEF)
2nd Place: Hyun Jo Kim, from St. Paul’s School
3rd Place: Callie Cinque, from Souhegan High School
Open Event Winners by Category
1st Place: Callie Cinque, from Souhegan High School; Can I Trust You? Exploring how gender and familiarity affect trust between teenagers.
2nd Place: Samantha Crepeau, Kathryn Caron, from Salem High School; Gender Stereotypes in Children
1st Place: Marilu Francis Shepardson, from Farmington High School; Comparing DNA
2nd Place: Michael Dubien, from Nashua High School North; Vita-Gestion
1st Place: Emily Bono, from Goffstown High School; Why did the chicken cross the road?
2nd Place: Sarah Nichols, from Seacoast School of Technology; An investigation into the types and quantities of hormones produced and CHO cells as an indicator for PNS pathology
1st Place: Ashley Bentley, from Nashua High School North; How to get away with Murder
2nd Place: Jose Luna, Solimar Hilerio and Natan Biley, from Nashua Christian Academy; Column Chromatography: Can you Separate the Dyes in Grape Soda Using Space Sand™?
1st Place: Zyan Prestridge, from Seacoast School of Technology; Client Side vs. Server Side scripting
1st Place: Hyun Jo Kim, from St. Paul’s School; Research on the Feasibility of Cardiac Output Estimation using Photoplethysmogram and Ballistocardiogram
2nd Place: Olivia Hoover, Jared Brown and Warren Apple, from Nashua Christian Academy; Why do birds fly in a v-formation?
1st Place: Deepika Kurup, from Nashua High School South; Novel Photocatalytic Pervious Composites for Removing Multiple Classes of Toxins from Water
2nd Place: ByungJun (Steven) Kim, from Phillips Exeter Academy; Mathematical Characterization of Acute Cardiac Response of Daphnia’s Heart Beat
1st Place: Stephen Price and Christine Jou, from Phillips Exeter Academy; Topological Data Analysis of the Mutual Funds Network and its Dynamics
2nd Place: Patch Kaplan and Ryan Grevior, from Franklin High School; Population Problems
Physics & Electronics
1st Place: Yang Li, from Goffstown High School; Magnetic Water Treatment a non-chemical alternative to water softening
2nd Place: Hannah Keldsen, from Nashua Christian Academy; Skiing and Friction
Challenge Event Winners by Category
1st Place: Mitchell Campbell; Windham High School
1st place: Demetrius Banville; Farmington High School
2nd Place: Brian Zawacki & Katelyn Yazinka; Farmington High School